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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or StaffRalf Muehlen Date: Feb 14, 2007 11:56am
Forum: sflan Subject: Re: DHCP Server Possibly Down?

I restarted the DHCP server. It failed due to a tunnelling change.

The monitoring is affected by the tunnelling change as well, so that'll take some time to sort out.

Ralf

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Poster: MichaelnSF Date: Feb 19, 2007 11:57am
Forum: sflan Subject: Re: DHCP Server Possibly Down?


Thanks for restarting the DHCP server, but even with the restart, I still haven't been able to get an IP address since last week Sunday (2/11) when the network seemed to go down. Is it possible that the tunneling issue you speak of could prevent clients of the nodes from reaching the DHCP server? Thanks.

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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or StaffRalf Muehlen Date: Feb 19, 2007 12:29pm
Forum: sflan Subject: Re: DHCP Server Possibly Down?

Which node are you connecting to?

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Poster: MichaelnSF Date: Feb 20, 2007 11:59am
Forum: sflan Subject: Re: DHCP Server Possibly Down?


Connecting to sflan11.

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Poster: MichaelnSF Date: Mar 3, 2007 9:41am
Forum: sflan Subject: Re: DHCP Server Possibly Down?

Even though my client can associate with sflan11 with 40% signal strength, I still haven't been able to get an IP via DHCP since Sunday, 2/11 when the whole network went down for a few hours.

So yesterday I climbed Mt Olympus, home of the gods and supposedly sflan11. Using my notebook with a wifi adapter and an external antenna, the signal strength to sflan11 was 50% and connection quality was reported as 100%. I could associate with sflan11, but still no IP. I could also see sflan13, with signal strength of 15-35% and connection quality reported at 100%. I WAS able to get an IP from sflan13. Based on the IP it looks like that node is running a NAT.

It seems like there's a problem with sflan11. Any chance this could be looked at? Or is there something else I can try? Unfortunately sflan13 isn't in range from my home and the top of Mt. Olympus can be a really cold place to work at night. :-) Thanks.

This post was modified by MichaelnSF on 2007-03-03 17:41:22